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fe) (ie) 10) Business English INTERNATIONA PEC i4e ec WORKING SOU laa tela with Pocket Book and MultiROM Liz Taylor and Alastair Lane OXFORD Fi SOCIALIZING Ral KS ne) & u A INTERNATIONAL EXPRESS Student’s Book Elementary Liz Taylor and Alastair Lane UNIVERSITY PRESS OXFORD Creat larendon Smet, Oxford ox2 60" Oxford Univesity ress isa cepartment ofthe University of Oxon Ieurhersthe Universi bjeiveofecellencein ress scholarship, nescatio hy pls wore Orford) New Yk ‘AueKland CepeTown Dat es Salaam Hong Kong. Karachi sks impur Madi MelDourbe Mexico City Nalobi New Dh Shang Tape! 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Each unit begins with an Agenda which gives you details of the language you will study in the unit. This is followed by the three main parts Language focus, Wordpower, and Fo unit after every two units ont communication. There is a review First you mect new language, and have an opportunity co revise language you have already met. The new language is introduced through listening and reading texts. The texts are about topics of interest to professional people. You then look at how to form the language, the meaning, and how to use it. You discover rules about how the language works. Practice You practise using the language in a variety of situations: sometimes in speaking, activities, sometimes in writing exercises. The activities and exercises help you to develop your ability to use the language and express yourself with confidence. You do some of the practice activities with another student or in a group. In the second part of the unit you meet new vocabulary and practise using it in speaking and writing activities. You also learn how to develop your vocabulary through word building and using collocations. In the last part of each unit you learn the language you need for socializing and discussing work matters in meetings, on the telephone, and by email There are five review units. You choose what to revise and complete the review exercises. You can use the Pocket Book for the areas that you need to review farther. The scripts of all the listening material and the answers to the activities are available at the back of the book. The Pocket Book (in the pouch at the back of the book) is divided into two sections, Grammar and Functional English. These summarize the key lang points from the Student’s Book. You can use the Pocket Book in your lessons or at work, and you can take it with you when you travel The attached Multi-ROM has a sclection of texts from the Student’s Book accompanied by audio versions and dictations. These are linked to an interactive vocabulary list containing the key words and phrases from the book. There are also grammar and vocabulary practice activities. There is an accompanying Workbook and Student’s CD which have additional exercises on grammar, vocabulary, and functions, and give further practice in listening and pronunciation. Good luck with learning English. We hope you enjoy using International Express! Contents Language focus Wordpower Focus on communication Peed 6 ¢ Present Simple (Myouhvetbey) * Classroom communication Introductions * Pronunciation: intonation of questions * Greetings and goodbyes Eee pul» Present Simple (he/shelit) * Time and numbers * Starting a call (€] * Adverbs of frequency * Time expressions + Iovellikefenjoy + -ing + Pronunciation: i fia! Review Unit A p.22 Emo p24 there isithere are * Prepositions * Asking for and giving + somelary directions * have, have got * Asking for travel * Pronunciation: linking information. CEC ees es p32 + Past Simple * Travel for work * Leaving a message (€ + Reguilar and irregular verbs * Telephone numbers ‘+ Promunciation: (dit! /id/ endings * Spelling, Review Unit B 0.40 EMBER cee p42 © Mass and count nouns * Food file * Offers and requests © some, a lot ofhuch inary © Pronunciation: word stress» Eating and drinking © Using a dictionary * Pronunciation: sentence stress Language focus Wordpower Focus on communication GSaerece p50 * Comparative and superlative + Dates * Welcoming a visitor adjectives * Money * Pronunciation: /6/ and 4) Review Unit © p58 ence p60 Present Continuous © Word partners ® Making and changing * Present trends arrangements + Pronunciation: contracted forms in Present Continuous EEGoee) p68 + Future: will * Communications file * Writing emails and faxes * Future: going to * Pronunciation: contracted forms Uhwon't Review Unit D p76 EEDrAIneT nen eens 78 * Modal verbs: should/shouldn’s, may, + Hotel file * Invitations canlean't, have toldon't have to = Suggestions ‘* Pronunciation: canfean't 10 Developing a company 286 * Past Simple and Present Perfect '* Verbs with prepositions © Answerphone messages (€) * Pronunciation: weak forms of * Emails and mobile phones hasthave Review Unit E p94 Listening scripts p.96 Answer key p.103 UNIT 1 eee Classroom communication 1 Getting to know people Introductions Greetings and goodbyes I= 0 agaaine is about life in Europe today of an interview with Stephanie Debord for the magazine. Add the information to her profile jie Debord Profile Name © Complete the sentences, Tell the class about yourselE My name is rate ie i work fora © G14 Lisa to the interview aguin, Complete she questions. 1 Wher fe 2 Wher live? 3 What do 4 Which eater Work in pairs. Ask your partner the questions 6 @ UNIT1 © Read about his day. no Kekkonen’s typical day. Complete the information about Timo Kekkonen SEOUL ss Finnish and my partner, Seija. She's a receptionist a Peete cat essa eal ee ae eee Rew eaten cre ey Atypical day Timo Stephanie Igetuipat B00 (ix ctetock) 7.18 (seven iiftoon) Teave hans at Igoto work by Iget to workat finish workat Igethome at © G12 Listen 0 the second part of the interview with Stephanie. Complete the information about her day in @. Present Simple (/you/we/they ‘Use the Present Simple to talk about facts 1 live in Laforét) and re (c.g. 1g0 to work by train). ular activities Read the examples and grammar rules. Positive # Use Ihyouhelthey + infinitive c.g. enjons live) to make positive sentences. # Use Ihpouleelthey + don't (do make negative sentences. e # Use Do + Iyoulweithey + infinitive to make Yes/No questions. Tive in Laforét. Igoto work by train, ot] + infinitive to Negat [don't work ar che weekend We don't live in Brussels Correct the mistake Do you live in Milan? Yes, live, Question Short answer Doyou enjoy yourjob? Yes, Ido, See. Do you get home at 3.40? No, I don’, UNIT1 @ Pronunciation Look at the questions. We say them in different ways. — — a Doyou come from italy? b_ Wheredo you come from? @ 13 Listen and repeat. 1 Are you Spanish? 6 Where do you live? 2 Ishea lawyer? 7 What do you do? 3 Do you come from Italy? 8 Where do you work? 4. Do you work in Rome? 9. How do you go to work? 5 Doyouhaveany children? 10 What time do you get home? Practice @ __ Purthe words in the correct order to make the interviewer's questions. 1 youlget up/dofwhat time? Whattinee da you get up? 2 dolleavelyouwwhat timerhome? 3. goshow/youldo/to work? 4. gethwhat simelto work/youldo? 5 finish/dofwhat time/work/you? 6 home/what time/youldofget? @ Work in pairs. Ask your partner the questions in @. Answer your partner's questions. © Are any of your answers the same as your partner’s answers? Tell the class. Example We both start work at 8 o'clock. © @ 14 Listen to Stephanie and Timo talking about their jobs. Tick (7) the things they do. @ Tick (7) the chings you do in @. What other things do you do? Tell the class about your working day or a day of study. 8 @ unit @ _ Read what Stephanie and Timo say about using English in thei obs, What do they find diffult? Oey Business Language Stephanie Debord Pm a lawyer in the south of Belaitum and my clients work in agriculture. They do ‘business with countries like the UK and the USA. They get a lot of documents in English. So Tread and explain the documents for them. I don’s speak much English at work. Lsometimes answer the phone, but it’s difficuls to understand. 1 prefer wsing English for emailsand letters Timo Kekkonen English is very important in my job. All the information Inced isin English. My colleagues are in the USA. We speak on the phone and write emailsin English. L se English all she time — speaking English isa normal part of my life, Llove speaking English and working with people from other countries. IPsyreat. But when I write emails in English Imake a lor of spelling mistakes, Is reclly tricky! @ Workin groups, Why do you need English? Make list. Present your listo the class, Examples our jobs, We | need English for | work in the future. travel. speak on the phone. re ee ret ea acd eerie eee UNIT1 @ Classroom communication @ Complete the questions with a verb from the box. ( excuse borrow understand spell 7 mean say (x2) write repeat speak 1 How do you —spell colleague? 2 Sorry, can you ____ the question? 3 __ me, ean you that again, please? 4 Can you ______ slowly, please? 5 How do you rostrada in English, please? 6 Can you ____the word on the board, please? 7 Can ______ your dictionary, please? 8 What does the word leisure __? 9 What's the word for this in English? 10 P'msorry, [don’t © @ 15 Listen wa teacherand some students. leis the fist lesson of an English course. Match the students tothe departments. 1 Menno a Marketing 2. William, b Reception 3. Evelyn © Accounts © Thisis the office where Alice and the students have the English lesson. Match the words and pictures a-k [adictionary aneraser ahole punch a paper clip afolder apen apencil awhiteboard a piece of paper { alaptop _a notebook 10 @ uNIT1 © G16 Alice and the scudents continue the lesson. Listen and answer the questions. 1 Can they use a whiteboard in the lesson? 2 Do they usea CD player? © Workin pairs. Look atthe words in @ . Do you have the things in the classroom today? Ask your partner. Example Student A Do you have an eraser? Student B Yes, Ido. © Give the English word for other things in your classroom. Ask your teacher if you don't know the English word © Workin pairs suadene and Stade B Ask and anonerauestons sing the role STUDENT A Ask Student B these five questions. Here are the answers to Student A's anv ainen com on iieee? questions. Choose the correct answer. 1. Here you are. t's English-German, How do you spell eraser? 2 Re Do you have a CD player? Besser you What's the word for 4 Sorry. | speak very fast. this in English? 5 Wseraser. Here are the answers to Student B's Ask Student these five questions. Ins. Choose the correct answer. Can | borrow a dictionary, please? How do you say SMSin English? What isa whiteboard? ion 2 Text message. 3. Yes. No problem, 4 It’s thing that teachers write on in the classroom, How do you spell dictionary? Can I borrow a pen? Can we have the lesson in my office? 5 Sorry, lonly have one. © Here are some classroom problems. Match comments 14 with pictures ad, 1 Sorey,I can't hear 2 Sorry, Lean’t see the board, 3 Sorry, I can’t read the sentence 4 Sorry, [don’t know the answer, © Allthe sentences in @ stare with sorry. Do you use sorry a lot in your language? UNIT? @ 1 Focus on communi 12 @ unira Introductions © Look at the pictures. What are the people saying? @ @ 17 Listentothree conversations. Match the conversations tothe Conversation 2013 © G17 Listen again and complete the conversations Conversation 1 ant introd Hann ta' José Corra? José, Barcelona. José is the manager at our office Conversation 2 A myself? is Pietro Zenari B Hello, Nice to meet you. I'm Jackie Pons, Conversation 3 A Lisa, Marcel Tullier? Marcel, a colleague of mine, Lisa White. Bo Lisa, C Hi, nice to meet you too, Maree © Workin groups. Practise the conversations in Greetings and goodbyes o ® | °o Mateh the phrase with the explanation, We say 1 Good morning after about 6 o'clock 2. Good afternoon b before we go to bed 3 Good evening ¢ all morning, until lunch time 4 Good night from after lunch until about 6 o’clock @® 18 Listen to four conversations, Match two of the conversations to the pictures, Picturea Conversation Pictureb Conversation G@ 18 Listen to the conversations again, Tick (/) the phrases you hea Greetings ‘God morning/ailemoonlevening, Hello ey Wsqood to see you again, Ieniles tolbs here again, How are you? Very well, thanks. And you? How's the family? Fino, thanks, How'severything? Goodbyes twas nice meeting you, Tenjoyed mesting you, too. iswas great seeing you, Have good tip. ‘Thope to see you again soon, Seeyou again soon, Goodbye. Bye. BPA BoKp as Walk around the class. Pra students, Use the phrases in @. * greet someone you know reeting and saying goodbye to the other + introduce yourself to someone you don't know * say goodbye UNIT! @ 13, AGENDA, Present Simple (he/she) Adverbs of frequency Lifestyles loverttornoy Time expressions @ Read the arti L How every day re ba EP ei \ : Present Simple he/she/it + Use the Present Simple to tall about routine activities and facts, + The positive form always ends in -s. * To make the negative use doesn’t cae {does not) + infinitive (e.g study leave ¢ He leaves home at 6.20. * To make the question use does + * His journey takes one and a half ‘Belshelt sintaitve i hours. ‘ : Read the examples and grammac rules Correct the mistakes. Negative 1 She start work at 8.30 2. He doesn’t lives here. 3 Does it artives every day? Question Short answer DH} Posexreot BT + Does he work on the train? Yes, he does. Pe * Doeshe have a long lunch break? No, he doesn't. + He doesn't live in Denmark. Question Answer * How long does the journey take? _Ietakes an hour anda halt: * Whartime does he arrive back in He arrives back at 6.30. Sweden? Note doesn't = does not Pronunciation Look at the verb endings. We say them in different ways. What isthe difference? finish finishes @ 2.1 Write lives, starts, and finishes in the correct column, Then listen and repeat. works does discusses gets arrives watches speaks travels studies makes leaves Practice @ Complete the description of Karin Fisch, Use the correct form of the verb in brackers, Karin Fisch coves (come) from Germany. She. 4 (live) in Hamburg and ____2 (work) fo company which ____4(develop) computer software. She ______(go) to work by car and 5 (start) work at 8,00. Atwork she —__8 (not, have) time for lunch, so she usually —_?_ (eat) a sandwich at her desk. She ___® (work) late soshe _____® (not, go out) alotin theevenings. Her hobby _____'° (be) painting. She —___"" (paint) landscapes and she ____'®(have) exhibitions ofher paintings in Hamburg. 4 UNIT2 @ 15 (emirates 18 @ UNIT2 @ Make questions about Karin, e Qo 1 Where/come from? ater ots se conse froma livefin Hamburg? 2 workifora bank? Howigo to work? What timelstartiwork? | ————$$—$——__ Whavieatfor hinch? ———————E go outa lotin the evenings? What/paint? Wherehhaveleshibitions? — — Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in @. The answers are in @. Example Does she live in Hamburg? Yes, she does, @® 22 Listen to Stephanie and Timo. Tick (¥) the things they do in the evening and at weekends. : i Evening and weekend actin é Adverbs of frequency om ne Read the examples. Complete the grammar cule, «¢ Ineyer watch TV in the evening. ‘© Inwinter Isometimes go skiing. ‘© Tusually play my guitar three or four times a week. © Thardly ever go to the gym. «© Arthe weekend I often go shopping in the supermarket. «© In the evening I always read the newspaper, Write hefore or after. ‘We put adverbs of frequency —— the verb, but after the verb to be. BivwTwvici 2 travelling] skiing Oo Practice @ e e eating out walking! trekking °o swimming = 1) O Gnighctubs) Work in pairs. Tell your partner which of the activities in Language Focus 2 you do, and how often you do them. Use alwaysloftentsometimes, etc Example At the weekend 1 often go shopping in the supermarket, Tell the class about your partner Example My partter sometimes goes eyeling, Work in pairs. Match the activities and pictures a~j sightseeing Oo sunbathing/relaxing TF omabeach shopping ‘going co clubs camping G 2a Listen and read what Jorgen likes doing on holiday “What kind of holidays do | enjoy? Well, | really enjoy travelling to new places lke lots of activity ‘when I'm on holiday. | ove walking and trekking ~ my next holiday is trekking inthe jungle in Thailand, I don't enjoy doing nothing when I'm on holiday. For ‘example, Idon’t like lying on a beach. OK, sometimes, when I'm very tired, lean relax ona beach for two days, but then I'm ready for something active again!” Oo o ‘What things does Jorgen enjoy doing on holiday? What things does he not enjoy? What form of the verb do we use alter enjoy, like, and love? (7 Work in pairs. Find out which activities your partner likes doing on holiday Ask Answer Do you likelenjoy ...2 Yes, I do./No, I don't Tell the class what your partner likes doing on holiday. UNIT2 @ 18 @ uNiT2 Time and numbers @ GD 24 Listen to the examples. 13. thirteen —b 30 thirty @ G25 Underine the number you hea 114 40 317 70 216 60 418 80 © Work in pairs. in turns say all che numbers in @ © > @ 26 Write the numbers you hear, fee ee © There are two ways of telling the time in English. On this way Wesay eight thirty a.m. or eight thirty in the morning three fifteen p.m. or three fifteen inthe afternoon seven fifty p.m. oF seven fifty int the evening © 27 Lsento theexampes o' clock twenty-five to . twenty-five past half past © Look again at the clocks in @ and @. Tel the rime using the words from @. © Work in pairs. Play the g { havea coffee break eatlunch visit the facto! get to work catch the bus have another coffee br deal with the paperwork leave work — get home Tossacoin ‘On eachsquaresythetime and ample-Hecstchesthebusat Thepersonwhoatrves onthe Heeds= move one square. saywhat Ricardo does everyday quaterpattseven, finsh square fististhe wine, Tals move twa squares, atthetine UNIT2 @ 19 a Its... b Could Ispeak to Pm phoning about 4 How can Ihelp youry e Who'scalling, please? £ Hold on, please, 20 @ UNIT2 e °o°o Starting a call Do you know any typical telephone phrases? What do you say when you: # giveyourname? © ask to speak to someone? Read the telephone conversation. We do not use the underlined phrases on. the telephone. What do we say Recrerionist Good morning, L. $. Communications. Mario Good morning, [want Anna Pilon, please. Recernionist Wait, please. ANNA Hello, Mario Hello. Are you Anna Pilon? ANNA Yes, Lam. Manto E'm Mario Bardo. Leall about... Number the lines of the telephone conversation to show the right order. Yes, speaking. Good morning. L. $. Communications. How can Thelp you? g Hello, Isthat Anna Pilon? This s Mario Bardo. Pm calling about Good morning, Can Ispeak to Anna Pilon, please? Hello. 0000080 Just a moment, please. @ 28 Listen and check your answers. ‘Write the typical telephone phrases from the conversation in @ for: 1 Iwant _Cantspeaeto 4 Yes, fam, —___ 2a = ee 5 tm aS 3 Areyou —________ 6 Teall Practise the conversation in @ in pairs, Change roles and practise again. Read the telephone conversation below. The missing phrases are in the box oon the left. Write the leter inthe space. Recermionist AMC Design, 2"? Pere ‘Oh, hello, —? Jon Dunn, please? Recerrionist. ——* Pere "Pete May from Novae. Rycertionst. ——' Jon Hello, Pete. I's Jon. How are you? Pere Fine, thanks, Jon, ——* our next meeting, Are you free on Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock? @® 29 Listen and check your answers. Write the phrases with the same meaning from @. Can I speak to...? Justa moment, please.‘ Pmealling about orate © Work in pairs. Practise starting a call, Use phrases from @. Then change roles and practise again. Student A Student B | Goodatternoon.Could..2 CLEA LAL Time expressions @ Read these emails. Underline the time expressions. % | jaunt Secs Mosing non weak on ‘can we get together fora meeting on Monday. at 4 p.m. if that’s possible? If not, how about fen Tuesday, n the afternoon, orf | SijetNestna rot ook Sites arson ‘Sony, next Monday isnt possible but leanmake iton Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, if that's ‘Ok with you. Rogards on Dear Judy Many thanks for your help last ‘week. My cient vias on the phone yesterday evening asking forthe {tanslations, Can you email them you prefer at midday? Regards Pete tome tomorrow morning? Best wishes ‘Anna Perini © Work in pairs. Wrice the rime expressions in the table. at on in no preposition 5am. Monday wastes themorning | next weekend yesterday Wednesday morning | —__ asia afternoon I theevening fast month tomorrow theweekend | Thursday evening year © Complete the email with the correct preposition at, on, i, or leave with no preposition, Toi René Blanc Subject: UStip Thanks forall your help "ast Friday. lwasin the office Saturday afternoon so everything is ready now. | suggest we mest at the airport 2 11 ofclock “the morning, S next Tuesday, to finish our presentation, then have lunch in the restaurant there 5 midday. Let me know if this is O. Maria REVIEW UNITA Jorgen Persson three languages atwork every day — ‘Swedish, Danish, and English. Atthe company’s head office in Copenhagen there different nationalities and they all 2 communicate) in English. JOrgen also e 22 @ REVIEW UNITA VAGENDA > Grammar @. 0.0.0 > Vocabulary ©, @ > communication @-@ jews the main language points from Units 1 and 2, Complete the exercises. Check your learning with the self-check box at the end. Present Simple Complete the description. Write the correct form ofthe verb in brackets. » (travel )to different « (visit) other Ferring (do) a lot of travelling and English when he countries and. companies. He # (go) to international congresses in the ” {be} away from home fifty per cent of the time then, and often © (work) at weekends, too. * (speak) autumn, He * {be) people of fifteen * (use) Present Simple ‘Write the questions. 1 Whereitheyllive? 2. Wholhefwork for? 3. shelgo to work/by car? 4 What timefyoulstart work? 5 WhatIshe/dotin her job? you/use/English at work? Vocabulary: word pairs Match verbs in A with nouns in B to make word pairs. Example give advice A B have write visit emails clients newspapers givey go watch shopping advice¥ English on the phone speak read ime Vv Frequency adverbs Write five true sentences about yourself, Use word pairs from @ and frequency adverbs (alivays, uswally, often, sometimes, hardly ever, never) Example 1 sometimes speak English on the phone. love/like/enjoy + -ing Work in pairs. Ask your partner questions about these activities. Then complete the sentences Example Do you enjoy dancing? eyeling skiing getting upearly watching TV goingforwalks sunbathing swimming studying for exams learning English going toclubs sightseeing playing computer games My partner 1 loves... 2 likes... 3 enjoys... 4 doesn’tlike... doesn’t enjoy © Time Work in pairs. Say the times. Introductions, greetings and goodbyes greetings and g¢ Work in pairs. What do you reply? 1 Pleased to meet you. 5 How are you? 2 Nice to meet you. 6 How's the family? 3 Irs good to see you again, 7 Irwas nice meeting you 4 How's everything? 8 Havea good trip, © Telephoning Complete the telephone conversation, Write one word in each gap ‘A Good morning. Radfords, How yo B Good morning. pleas A Who's _*, please? B Emma Hite, from Infosystems. A" _*on, please, "to Matt Hudson, C Hello, B Hello, Is _* Matt Hudson? C Yes, — oar [ ERS rahe * about your computer problem © Time expressions Write the words inthe correct group, { next year Tuesday evening themorning Sunday morning ieee, ee en yesterday morning, | Wednesday theevening at on in no preposition midday Look at the self-check box. Tick the areas you need to review again. SELF-CHECK BOX Yes No Pocket Book ‘© Present Simple u ‘© Frequency adverbs 2 © love, like, enjoy + ing 5 © Vocabulary: word pairs = Time ‘# Introductions, greetings, goodbyes 4 ‘© Telephoning 7 ‘+ Time expressions REVIEW UNITA @ > here isthere ae Workplaces > have.navegot Prepostons Asking for travelinformation @ Look at the picture, Ie shows the office of Force Architects. Match the descriptions 1-6 with the rooms af. ‘computer. There are some boxes on the floor. 1 Evas office hasalarge desk and —-—«2-‘Yurlis responsible forthe company 3. inthe meeting room there's a table pictures of modern buildings on the _website and the computer system. with eight chairs. There is also a i walls, She's got a laptop. There He's gat lats of computers in is, projector and a screen. Gary is seri any books off. giving a presentation. I 4 Todayis Chris's frst day inForce 5 Inreception there's acoffee table 6 Anais the company lawyer She's got Architects. He doesnt have any ‘and a sofa, There are some chairs lots of bookshelves and law books in furriture in is office, but he's got 2 ‘and magazines. her office, © Look again atthe picture Is there a room similar o your office or work area? © 34 Today is Chris fst day a Force Architects, Rachel, she receptionist, comes to sec him, She asks Chris some questions. Tick (/) the things that Chris has in his office. Put a cross (X) next to the things that he doesn’t have. computer keyboard mou printer E paper diary calendar @ G22 Chris asks Rachel some questions abour the company offices. Listen and tick (¥) true or false. there is/are, some/any Read the examples and complete the grammar rules. Positive Negative © There’sa table with eight chairs © There isn'ta canteen in the office © There are some boxes. © There aren't any books. Question Short answer « Istherea coffee machine in the office? Yes, there Are there any parking spaces? No, there aren't Write singular or plural. # Use there isthere’s with nouns. Use there are with nouns. ‘© Use some with nouns in positive sentences, where we don’t say the number ‘« Use any with nouns in negative sentences and questions. Perot have, have got Read the examples and the grammar rules. Positive Negative # Thave a computer anda keyboard. © The computer doesn't havea mouse. « Tvegot calendar. © We haven't got air conditioning in the office. Question Short answer @ Do youhavea diary? Yes, Ido. Have you got pens and paper? No, [haven't «Use both have and have got in British English. Use only have in American English. PRE. UNIT3 @ 25 Pronunciation G 32 Listen and repeat the sentences. There’ only one printer inthe office. There are some chairs and magazines in ceception. ' ‘ any books in her office. 1 3. There 4 Arethere any parking spaces? 5 Pve gora calendar 6 Has the office gor gir conditioning? Practice @ Look at che list Tick (7) what you have at your place of work or study You Your partner quiet areas escalatorsorlite acotlee machine acanieen agym orlitnessseam, ! aroarparkc medical centre acréche ‘areception area airconditioning © Workin pars. Ask your parmer about their place of work. Use the lst in @) Ask Is there d Answer Yes, there is/No, there isn’t. Are there any? Yes, there are/No, there aren't © Work in another pair. Find out about your partners office or work area. Ask Doyou havea ..? Answer Yes, Ido./No, Idon' Do you have any...? Ask Have you got a...? Answer Yes, IhaveJNo I haven’. Prepositions © Look athe picture of the town. You are standing outside the bank, Complete the sentences with the words in the box. ‘ourist information office } department store post offic bookshop is opposite the café ___ are in front of the caf is on the tight of the museum. is near the town cent 23 @ UNITS @ 34 Six colleagues are on a business trip. ‘They are trying to meetin the town, centre, Mark (X) ons on the map. (Katrin Julia Boris Sara Diana ae @ 35 Listen and write A, B, and C on the map to show where these places are. A the Sanders Hotel B the taxi rank the Iralian @ 38 Lis jorant Ht Mare again, Complete che sentences, 1 Excuse me, —_ the Sanders Hotel? 2 Excuse me, —___ taxi rank 3 ____, we're _ an Italian restaurant. How do the business visitors say “thank you"? ‘Worl in pairs. Choose two places on the map. Tell your partner where you are UNIT3 @ 29 Asking for and gi @ Match the words and pictures ae. [L] bridge [F] pedestrian crossing [Ey square [Esai tighs [Ey erossroads \9 directions © Look atthe town mep, Find a= con the map, 2 Jonn jy ee Be station Rggd SouthwAvenue * ic || 4 ax G36 Listen to three conversations with visitors to the ton, They are standing in fron ofthe sation on Station Road. Write the number on the mapto show where these places are 1 shopping centre 2 museum 3. sports centre © Work in pairs, You are on South Avenue, in front of the cinema, Ask for and give directions ro four places on the map. Use phrases from the box. | Excuse me, how do I getto (the square)? LO is chis the way to {the shopping centre)? London Express; Go along (the road) gps al over (the bridge) past (the cinema). straight on. | Tun lefufright at the (crossroadsltraffic lights). firslsecond/thied right. fends, © Write one of the conversations from @. Asking for travel information @ Look ar che pictures on the left. Find the words for the cost of a journey fe _ the place where you get on and offa train anos the place where you get on and off a bus aes a ticket to travel from A to Band B to A ae something which shows you have paid e o°o STUDENT A STUDENT B e Read the sentences, Tick (¥/) to show when you use them, Travel by train bus taxt | Howrlong dees the joumey take? v a 2 Whats ihe fare? 8 Which platiorm dees itleave fom? 4 Dayougoto thecity centre? 5 (Can youltake mie 6 the Sheratos Holel, please? 6 Can youtall ie when to aetott 7 Can Thavea ressipt please? @ Keep the change. G) 37 Listen to a conversation between a passenger and a ticket office clerk Complete the chart: Destination Ticket Fare Next train at in Platform Journey time @ 327 Listen again and check ‘Work in pairs, Practise the conversations. Conversation 1 Conversation 1 You want to travel to Paris by train Ask Student 8 © fora return to Paris fora receipt Whattime...? Which platform ...? Howlong....? You work at a train station. Answer Student Xs questions. return to Paris €160 © next train: 16.30 © platform 17 journey time: 2 hrs 50 mins STUDENT B Conversation 2 You work ata bus station, Answer Student 8's questions. «single to Brussels €47 # next bus: 13.45 ‘© bus stop9 + journey time: 6hrs 30 mins Conversation 2 ‘You want to travel to Brussels by bus. Ask Student A, © fora single to Brussels © fora receipt © What time ..? # Which bus stop ..? * Howlong...? STUDENT A Write one ofthe conversations you had in @. UNIT] @ UNIT 4 Beene ™\The road to success io Pease Telephone numbers Spelling @ How often do you buy a: + guidebook? * dictionary? @ Look atthe information about Lonely Planet. Answer the questions. 1. What kind of company is Lonely Planet? 2 Do Lonely Planet only publish travel guides? 3 Whar can you find on their website? Lonely Planet isthe largest independent travel book company in the English= speaking world, Ithelps around 6 million travellers a year. They publish around 650 travel guides, maps, and phrasebooks in 15, 4ifferent languages by 200 authors, ‘Travellers can buy digital guides from the ‘website which has over 3 million visitors a ‘month from about 150 different countries ‘They employ 400 people around the world and make over $75 million a year. Read the article The road to success. Answer the questions, 1 What kind of travel was a new idea in 1972? i 2. Why did Tony and Maureen decide to write a book about budget travel? 3 What company did Tony and Maureen start? The road to success 1n 1972 Tony and Maureen Wheeler bought a minivan fr £100 andleft England ona ieurney ehurra They raved trough Europe, the Mil ast, and Asi They Wed very cheaply and didn’t spend much money. ‘Cheap, independent adventure travel was @ new idea at that time’, Tony says, ‘anda lot of tin there wart an ook soutbulgertravel ove detddto wets one Ys Gr havea luedthepookandsroveae ois tind Vag wes our otha See Mérig Hart petpe wee interested the eck andindependertrvel Morea or shps bento sl 52 @ UNITS Past Simple Read the examples and the grammar rules. Answer the question. Positive Regular verbs © They wanted a lot of information, © We worked on the book in the evenings and at weekends. Irregular verbs © They bought a mini-van for £100. © She wrotean article aboutit. Negative © They didn't spend much money. © Wedidn't have a typewriter, 1 Use the Past Simple for finished situatio + To make the Past Simple of regular verbs, ad ~ed to the end of the verb. «To make the Past Simple of irregular verbs, see Pocket Book p.20. # To make the negative, use did't (did not) + infinitive (eg, spend, have). and actions in the past: Is the Past Simple the same forall persons (Uyouhelwe, etc)? Correct the mistakes. 1 He didn’t worked. 2 She didn’t studied. PePsaKeEBK Practice @ _ Write che Past Simple forms of these verbs. They are alli the article The road to sucess. Regular verbs wavel teavelled* follow finish - live decide. like - want borrow show — ask = work = invite “cravelled = BeE spelling traveled = AmE spelling Pronunciation G42 There are three ways to pronounce ed. Complete the table with the verbs from @. Then listen and check your answers. 1a Ww hdl @ Write the Past Simple forms of these verbs. They areal in the article The road to success. Irregular verbs buy ——— go ——— eat, ——__ write — leave ———_ see —_ take ———_ begin. —— QP Poster Book p.20 UNITS @ © Complete the information about Tony Wheeler Us the Past Simple form ofthe verb in brackets. WhenTonyWheeler_was "(be} a child, he live) in Pakistan, the West Indies and the USA, so he ‘ (travel) a lot from an early age. He *{go)to university in England and * (study) engineering. “Then he " (get) a job with the car company Chrysler, but he on) ” (work) there only fora short time. He (meet his wife, Maureen, a ‘secretary, on a park bench in Regent's Park, London in 1970 and (marry) her a year later. she | © Work in pairs. Correct the sentences that are not true. Use the negative form of the verb, 1 Tony worked for Chrysler for a long time 2. He methis wife, Maureen, in Sydney. 3. They travelled to Australia by plane 4 They decided to write a book about budget travel 5. Maureen bought a typewriter. 6 A journalist wrote an article about the book, @© G42 Listentoaninterview with Tony Wheeler, Answer the questions 1 Why did'Tony and Manreen go to Australia? 2 Where did they write ther first book? 3. How much money did they spend on their journey? | Past Simple Read the examples and grammar rules. Question Short answer | © Did you write your first book in Sydney? © Yes, wedi ] © Did you return to London? © No, we didn't © Why did you go to Australia? | © How much money did you take? | © How did you sell the book? Correct the mistakes. 1 Dulbercunel yescccey? — QEAEBCORES! 2 Did they went to the USA? a4 @ UNITS Practice @_1 Look at ehe verbs in the Past Simple, Whats the Present Simple form? a arrived —__ b lost — € took dle © broke f woke up —_ in pairs. Look at the pictures of business erips. What went wrong? -ases in the box. {take the wrong train break hisleg wake up late lose his lu arrive late leave his laptop ina taxi 1 Bid you go to work yesterday? did you leave school? did you do last weekend? did you begin English lessons? — you do any sport last weekend? did you learn in your last English lesson? 3 4 5 you have a holiday last year? 6 8 you speak English yesterday? © Work in pairs. Ask your parmer the questions you made in @. Answer your parmer's questions. UNIT 4 @ 35 =I Travel for work © Complete the word maps. Use the words from the box plane ahotel ferry hot train a factory wer HongKong cloudy sunny cold the USA windy METHOD OF TRAVEL © Mohammed and Loura work together They have hunch and talk about Mohammed’ last business rip. Match Laura's questions 1-8 with the answers a-h 1 Where did you go? a went last month 2. When did you go? bb Twent with our regional manages, David Wong. 3 How long did you stay there? € In Guangzhou we went by car and we went to Hong Kong by ferry. 4 How did you travel? We stayed in five-star hotels all the time. 5. What was the weather like? € Twent to Guangzhou and Hong Kong. 6 Who did you go with? £ Teas wet, rainy, and cold! 7 Where did you stay? Yeah, loved it. 8 Did you havea good time? h Nine days. © 69.45 Listento Mohammed and Laura's conversation. Chek your answersto @ © Work in pairs, Interview a partner about a recent work trip/holiday. Ask and. answer Laura's questions in @ _Purthe sentences inthe correct place in the chart. Which sentence describes your thusiness rriphholiday in @? Irwasgood. —__Irwasn’t very good. Ir was OK. Tr was fabuloust Irwasawful! — Irwas very good How was your trip? a 38 @ UNITS ooo eoo°o Leaving a message Number the lines ofthe telephone conversation to show the right order (1 One moment, please. I'm sorry, the line’s busy, Will you hold? Il coearmeraes sermciscronce (J Er, no, I'll call again later. Thank you, Goodbye. J Goodbye. LJ Good morning. Can I have extension 473, please? @ 44 Listen and check. G) 44 Listen again and repeat. Write the phrases from the conversation in @ which mean: 1 Pmafraid the line's engaged 2 Will you hold on? 3 Pring back later Work in pairs. Practise the conversation in @). Use the phrases from @. Read the telephone conversation, The missing phrases are in the box below. Write the letter in the correct space. A Good morning. Sava Electronics B Good morning. —d 473, please? A. Yes. One moment, please. B Hello. © No,itsher PA. I'm sorry, but she's in a meeting ? carla Mann? *? My name’s Ron Basca and the number is B_ Yes, please. 01483 675 9982, e : B Yes, 01483 675 9982, © Thank you, a B_ Yes. Ron, that's R-O-N, Basca, B-A-S-C-A. © Thank you, Mr Basca. B Thanksa lor. Goodbye, a Sorry, could you say tharagain? __¢ Could you ask her to call me? b Can Fake a message? £ Pllgive her your message. © Isthat ...? & Could you spell your name, please? Can thave extension ...2 7 @ 48 Listen and check youranswers @ 46 Listen and repeat the phrases. Practise the conversation in pairs. Change roles and practise again. Telephone numbers © Workin pairs. Say the numbers. a 0207-68350 © 022-094576 b 0269-30594 d 0044-851255 © > @ 47 There is one mistake in each telephone number. Listen and correct the miseake. a 0208-553-9075 © 75-30-6629 b 0143-4285711 d_001212-5315808 © Workin pairs, Write shee telephone numbers Dictate them to your partner, ‘Check your partner's answers. Spelling @ G48 Listen to the recording. Write the missing letters. dejknuwx (say) the) (egg) (eye). (go) far) you) eu fd fel | ta | aot | he us Zeal poSueiiae i oe q h G | —— ® s P t "2 (BPE) tt=double *2(AmE) SS © G48 Listen again and repeat. © G48 Listen and write the nationalities. 1 French 2 ___ 3, 4 — © Work in pairs. Write the names of three countries. Spell them to your partner. Ps your Cheek your partner's answers. © Work in pairs, Practise the telephone conversation below. Use phrases from the conversation in @ on page 38. Then change roles and practise again. Student A ‘Student B UNIT4 @ 39 REVIEW UNIT B ‘VAGENDA. > Grammar@.@.@ > vocabulary @. @ > communication @ ‘This uni reviews the main language points from Units 3 and 4. Complete the exercises, Check your learning with the self-check box at the end, Vocabulary: places in a town Write the name of the places in a town. 1 a building with artand very old objects 2 aplace where yousleep when you travel 3 aplace where you cat dinner 4 ashop where you buy medicine a place where you watch a film 5 6 aplace where you get an underground train. there is/are, some/any 1 Work in pairs. Think of eighr things that make a town a pleasant and interesting place to live (e.g. a beautiful river, good restaurants, nightclubs, parks). Make list. Work with another partner. Find out about your partner's town. Ask questions about the things in your lis. Ask Istherea...? Answer Yes, there isINo, there isn't Are there any .. Yes, there are.{No, there aren't 3 Write three sentences about things your town has, and three sentences about chings your town does not have. Use There isisn’ta ... There are somelaren't any .. have, have got ‘Complete the questions. Use have or have got. Examples Have you gota computer? Yes, have. Do they have a boat? No, they don't 1s any children? Yes, Ihave. 2 acar? No, Ihaven't 3 —____ an interesting job? Yes, she does. 4 agarden? Yes, we do. 5 _— ahouse in the country? No, they haven't 6 —______ a faci the city centre? No, he doesn’t. Vocabulary: travel for work 1. Work in pairs. Weite down the weather word for each picture. ow, ae | 30: & » | ae | (een ear pane 2 Work in pairs. Write the travel word for each picture. 40 @ REVIEW UNIT B © Past Simple 1 Complete the sentences so that they are true for you. Write the Past Simple positive ornegative form ofthe verb My partner 11 a newspaper this morning, (buy) 21 dinner at home yesterday evening. (eat) 31 an email yesterday. (write) 41 shopping last Satueday morning, (go) 5 | home before 8 a.m. this morning, (leave) 61 at work yesterday afternoon. (be) BE a friend one evening last week. (meet) 81 English for more than two hours last week, (study) ‘Workin pairs. Ask your partner abour the activities in @9 1. Tick (7) for Yes, puta cross (X) for No. How many ofthe tings did you both do? Example Student A Did you buy a newspaper this morning? Student B Yes, Pdil/No, I did't Student B Did you eat diner at home yesterday evening?, ee. @ Telephoning Complete the telephone conversations. Write ONE word in each gap. Conversation 1 A Good morning. CRT Services B Good morning. Can have ———— 213, a A One ‘please. 'm —___*, bur the line’s Will you — 2 B No, Ii ater. Thank you. pag 1 ase 0p Conversation 2 B Hello. fs that Carla Mann? ‘A No, it's her secretary, 'm ———— 's bur she’s in a meeting, Can 1 B Yes, please. —______* you ask her to —____’ me? My Joanna Burns and my "is 020 8755 8331 A Sorry, ———’ you —____" thar again? B Yes, 020 8755 8331. € Thank you. Could yon "your — B Yes. Joanna, that's J-O-A-N-N-A, Burns, thar's BU-R-NSS. © Thank you, Ms Burns, Pil —_— her your es B Thanks alot. Goodbye. Look at the self-check box, Tick the areas you need ro review again. SELF-CHECK BOX Yes No Pocket Book | 4 Vocabulary: places in 2 town | 1« there islare, somelany 2 «have, bave gor 4 ‘© Vocabulary: travel for work | ‘© Past Simple 8 * Telephoning 7 REVIEW UNIT B @ 41 UNIT5 \The world’s largest industry [Language focus 1 | ay 2 Which places do the WAGENDA some, lotofimuchimany Foodtle Offers and requests Enting and drinking 3. Which countries do they come from © The wordsin A arein the article d's no. 1 industry. March them with their meaning in B. A 8 1 employment a one million million, 1000 000 000 000 2 tillion b a place to stay, for example, a hot 3 expor € ‘Tis newspapers, magazines, et 4 ‘transportation work, job 5 packageholidays © holidays which include travel, accommodation and food | 7 accommodation _g_ the way we travel, e.g. planes, cars, trains, boats, etc © Read the article The world dustry, Answer the questions 2. Why did tourism grow? What can people book using the Internet? The world’s no. Tourism isthe largest industry in the world. It gives employment to millions of people ands important for a country’s economy, Itemploys 200 million people: 8% ci jobs around the world. It makes $3.6 rllion every year ands the number one export in 60 countries. Tourism grew because of better transportation — rail travel in the 1840s, sea travel inthe 1900s, and air travel | inthe 1950s. The intracluction of package holidaysin 1 industry the 1960s offered people an easy, inexpensive way fo travel abroad, Another reason was the development of the media, From the 1900s travel companies used newspapers to advertise their products. In the 1960s television showed holiday programmes and gave people travel advice. Tourists can now get travel information and book their flights and accommodation on the ‘ Internet © How dowe say these decades? 1 1900s 2 1950s 3 1960s 4 1990s Which decade were you born in? I1as born it Work in pairs. Put do, does, or did in the sentences to make questions about The world’s no. 1 industry, Ask and answer the questions, 1 How much money tourism make? 2 When rail travel get better? 3. How travel companies use newspapers? 4. What information people get from the Internet? Mass and count nouns Mass nouns ages Mass nouns do not havea plural form, ’ ies eae sen We do not use a or am with them. transportation, travel, information = newspapers i nares QP PodeiBookes | We can use a, a a newspaper, an industry, the company Practice @ Rk se sentences and decide if the word in italics isa count or mass nour 1 In many countries the economy needs tourism 2 Wehada 3. The weather in Germany in the summer eat holiday but we lost our li great —lots of sunshine and no rain, 4 The rravel company offers work to local 5. The increase in travel means more traffic — more p Which words in the plural ace possible? 1 Have you gor the d 2 Tou 3. The accommodationlaccomniodations in Sydney islare very good. 4 The touristltour visiing our villa s wasiiwere very useful belpsthelp employmentlemploy 5 His adviceladvic 6 TourismfTourisn UNITS @ @ units How do we say these years? 1 1950. 2 1980 1993 4 2001 5 2012 How dow @ 54 Li Tourism cial from the World nfo an interview with a journalist and ar anization. Complete the Tourist Arrivals Lsbillion 98m 25m Omiition (yi. (219 (3)19___ (@) 20.___ (5) 20__ TOURIST ARRIVALS March the pictures with the plac © Costa Rica isa popular country with ecotourists. What are ecotourists? people who want ta have a cheap holiday b people who want to make money from tourism people who want to havea holiday and care about the environment © G@ 52 Listen toa jour Fill in the blanks, 1A visitor to Costa Rica spends $___ on average. 2. A visitor to France spends $___ on average, 3 The income for local people from ecotourism is about $_ 4 The total income for Costa Rica last year was $___billion. anda tourism expert talking about ecotourism, some, a lot of/much/many Questions © How many tourists were there in 19.50? © How much money does an average visitor spend? © Does ecotourism make much money for Costa Ricans? Positive Write positive, negative, or questions. © Use some and a lot of with both mass and count nouns Read the examples and complete the grammar rales. * Can you give me some figures? {© Pa like some information about that. in__sentences. Stee pint eee + Us ray wise nnn $1,000 dollars is alot of money in Costa Rica Sentences and in questions a se © Use muich with mass nouns in Negative sentences and in © There weren’t many international tourists then, © There isn’t much demand for big hotel resorts, Practice @ Work in pairs. Ask for and give information about the chart on p.44 using Hos many? Example Ask How many tourists were there in 19502 Answer Tiwenty five million, © Workin pairs. Ask for and give information about the information ia @ using Howe mse oa? Example Ask How much does a touris Answer $1,000 on average. spend in Costa Rica? Work in pairs. Write questions to ask anather student about a recent holiday. Use How much ..? or How many ..? peoplefgo with? Haw nany people diel you gowith? money/spend? days/stay placestvisi?| luggageftake? problems/have? foodieat? wild animalssee? UNITS @ } Food file © March the words with the food in pictures [2] apples [] cheese [1 mminesal water [} strawberries 1 bananas [] chicken [1 mushrooms — [-] tomatoes 3 [1 beet (1) chocolate cake [J onions OO tea 1 beer OD fish L oranges (yogurt C1 broceoti (Q ice cream [1 orange juice OD carrots) mitt [1 potatoes Meat and fish Drinks Dairy products Desserts Vegetables Pronungi: @ 53 Look at the different stress patterns. Listen and repeat the words. A B e eee apples broccoli carroes oranges potatoes chicken strawberries tomatoes chocolate mushrooms yogurt © Workin pais, Look atthe pictures in @. Test your partner. Example Student A What's picture g? Seudent B Potatoes 46 @ UNITS Using a dictionary @ _ Read the dictionary extracts, How does the dictionary shows a acount or countable noun? b amass or uncountable noun? tanara fo) nazna/ noun [C] 2 curved frie with yellow skin that growsin hot countries: tunch of bananas. tea ti’ noun | [U} the dred leaves (called tea leaves) of thetea bush 2 [U] a hot drink made by pouring boling ateronto tea leaves 3[C]a cup oftea To teas, pease @ Work in pairs. Which words in Food file are count nouns? Which are mass or uncountable nouns? Write C (count) or M {mass} next to the word. © Look at the definitions of these words. Which words can we use with advice, information, and luggage to make them countable? ‘Mass/Uncountable Countable a advice b information © luggage advice /ad'vais/ noun [U] an. opinion that you give sb about what they should do: Letme give you some advice. » Advice is uncountable, We say a piece of advice (not ‘an advice’) anda lot of advice (not ‘advices’. information /,infa'merfn/ noun [U] information (on/about sb/sth) knowledge or facts For ftrther information please send for our factsheet. © Can ‘you give me some more information about evening classes in Italian, please? > The word information fs uncountable, When we are talking about a single item, we say a bit /piece of information (not ‘an information). luggage “lasid/ noun (U] bags, sulteases, ete. used for carrying sb’s clothes and things on.a journey: “iow ‘much luggage are you taking ‘with you"‘Only one suitcase’ © You're only allowed one piece of and tggage (=a bag that you carry with you on the plane). Definitions ake rth Oxford “orpower Dictionary © Oxford niesy Press 2008, © Workin pairs, Ask and answer these questions ‘Where can you find tourist information in your country? Can you give me advice about travelling in your country? How much luggage do you usually take on holida UNITS @ 47 EE Offers and requests, eating and drinki ig © @ 54 Jon Dann visits Pete May of Novae. Listen ro the conversation and answer the questions IIs this their first mecting? 2. Whar does Jon ask @ Read the extract from the conversation. The missing parts are in the box below. Write the letter in the space J Hi, Pete. Good to see you again. How's everything? P Oh, fine, thanks. Whar about you? J Very busy right now. A lor of travelling, P Yes, [ean see that. —b J Thanks. P something to drink? A coffee, a cold drink? J Yeah, —_* a coffee, please P (on intercom) Oh, Elena, er __* bring us two coffees, please? Thanks ... Well, Jon, we've got a lot to do today programme “begin with the J Yes, OK. Oh, ——* give me a couple of minutes? [ need to make a call P Ofcourse. Go ahead (a Shall ‘@ Would you like...? | bCant.2¥ — e Canyou...? | © Could you...2 Ff Pdllike © G54 Listen again, Check your answers a —E Pronunciation © G 55 Listen to the questions from the conversation. The underlined 1 Can Ltake your coat? Would you like something to drink? Can you bring us two coffees, please? Shall I begin with the programme? 5 Could you give me a couple of minutes? © G55 Listen to the questions again and repeat © Work in pars. Practise the conversation in @. © @ 56 Later, Jon and Pete have lunch. Listen to their conversation, Tick (¥) whar they order on the menu, IT EET mT THE RIVERSIDE BISTRO TODAY’S SPECIALS Starters Main course Desserts ‘Tomato and carrot soup £3.40 Chicken casserole £5.50 Selection of cheeses 24.50 Salmon pata wthtoast £4.95 Beef in red wine £11.50 toe cream £2.95 riled aubergines £3.95 Mushroom quiche £6.75 Chocolate mousse 2,90 nian ond potsta omletse 6.75. ‘Fresh frutt salad 2,90 Drinks Fed/whita hase wine Mineral wator Tea £1.60 (boule) 29.99 (stilor sparking) £210 cote £1.75 (glass) 82.95 Frutjices £2.18 Beer E © G56 Listen to their conversation again, Tick (/) the phrases you heat | © Change roles and practise again. © Write your conversation. UNITS @ 49 UNIT 6 ee The best way to travel an Money Welcoming a visitor @ Work in pairs. When yous vel, do you prefer to go by: plane? boa! © Martina Cooke isa travel writer, Read her article about travelling across Australia, Which sentences are true or false ve telne_ I The plane from Sydney to Perth ismore expensive them the rain. | 2. There are fewer trains than flights between Sydney amd Perth. J) 3 Trains are more harmful to the environment ieee fat 4 Travelling by train across Australia is more boring then flying, 5 Martina thinks taking the train ishetter than flying. Sorbystrain2 ‘There are two main waysto travel from Sydney to Perth: by plane or eee mn etc scan ng with the Australian airline Qantas takes four hours. The -<— crammar@-@ UNIT C pamateael > communication @,@ : © Mess and count nouns Work:in’paics, Are these words mass or count nouns? Write M (mass) or C (count). : newspaper traffic tomato : transportation banana work travel money apple company industry luggage information plane sourise potato wine @ alotof, much, many ‘Complete the sentences with « lot of, much, or many. | 1 How —___ peopleare in your company? 2 Lvisie Companies every day. 3 Itdoesn’t cost money to go on the train. 4 Lge «mais in the morning } 5 How | | Juggage do people take on holiday? | Weibel din visitors at our office. 7 Idon’t need —__ time for lunch, just thirty minutes. © Comparative and superlative adjectives Write the comparative and superlative forms of these adjectives Comparative Superlative ‘Comparative Supertative 1 few eyo 2 quick — seta th SEMA gD 3 easy SOO Agee = 4 dangerous ____________10 friendly Soko) a BE pba Sita expe z 6 happy ot es NA Ee Ds eteig Vocabulary: dates ry: ‘What are these dates in British English and in American English? 191/99 2 12/3/00 3 11/402 4 7/8/90 5 2/10/72 © Vocabulary: money 1 Work in pairs. Write down the money word for each pirate. 58 @ REVIEW UNIT C 2 Correct the mistake in each sentence. 4 [spent $200 with food when I was at the conference b Most workers in chis countey win more than $1,000 a month € After you get a taxi, always get a recipe from the driver. dd Idon’t have my credit card so I have to pay through cash. € I paid for my fightin credic card. @ Offers and requests ‘Work in pairs. Make offers and requests and reply to them 1 Offer to take a visitor's coat. 1 Offer to take a visitor to his/her hotel. 2. Offer a visitor something to drink, 2 Offerto carry a visitor's suitcase. | 3 Aska colleague to help you with a problem 3 Aska friend to drive youto the station, | 4 Aska friend to posta letter for you. 4 Aska waiter to bring you two coffees. @ Welcoming a visitor 1 Work in pairs. Write five questions you can ask a visitor from another country. Ask about the visitors + joumey eee « ibizteyoursounuy .. ».uavelbolidays + home cown/eounsry 2 Work with another partner Ask the questions you weore in @ 1. Ask and answer Look at che self-check box. Tick the areas you need to review again : SELF-CHECK BOX Yes No Pocket Book | F ‘© Mass and count nouns s ; © alot of, much, many s j ‘© Comparative and superlative : adjectives 2 - © Vocabulary: dates 2s * Vocabulary: money Offers and requests 16 © Welcoming a visitor 18 REVIEW UNIT C @ 59 UNIT 7 ™\ Life in the fast lane ani Present Continuous Positive © P'minterviewi Negative © This week I'm not 60 @ UNIT7 Read the examples and the grammar rules, © I'm writing about the elections. politicians. ing any trips by ean, AGENDA Present Continuous Present trends > Word partners Making and changing arrangements © Mareh the words in the box with their meaning, ce anclection polities a apolitician freelance I the time when people choose a new leader, government, cre. by voring — the work of the government 4 person who is in or wants to be in the government 4 working for different organizations, not one employer | — G74 Listen to the first part of an interview with Kazuko Negoro, a freelance journalist. Answer the questions. 1 What does Kazuko write about? 2 Who does she write for? @ 72 Listen to the second part of the interviews Answer the questions 1 What is Kazuko writing about this week? 2. What special report is she preparing: Question Short answer © Areyou travelling Yes, fam, alow © Are you interviewing, people for that project? No, I'm not. ‘¢ Use the Present Continuous to talk about current ‘¢ To make che Present Continuous use ansfisfare + -ing form of the verb. Practice @ Read the sentences about Kazuko Negoro. Write R next to regular activities and Cnext to current activities, 1 Kazuko usually works from home. — 2 This week she’s making a lor of plane trips. — 3. She travels a lot —_ 4 Atpresene she's working on a project for a TV company. — 5. She's interviewing a politician at the moment. —_ 6 She often goes to Japan. = March the verbs in @ to the tense: Present Simple or Present Continuous. © Match the questions in A to the answers in B Where do you work? a. Atthe same hotel every year. Where are you workin b In London for nwo days, then in Rome for ewo more Where do you stay? ¢ Inanoffice in New York. Where are you staying? dn our Mexico office. Just or one month. BSS © Which of the questions in © are about a regular activity? Which are about a current activity? Pronunciation We often use contractions in the Present Continuous. © @ 78 Listen and repeat the examples 1 He's working here 2. You're winning the game. 3. We're going on holiday, Fm listening to the radi. 5 She's helping them, 6 They're playing football @ Make the sentences in @ negative Example He isn’t working here. © @ 2 Listen and repeat the negative sentences Imdoinga six-month I'm studying for mpreparingferan important I'mtraveling round the world ‘omputer course. ‘university exams. business trip tothe US. before I startmy first job. © Work in groups. Talk about your current work an leisure activities. Ask UNIT? @ (enero to damage to take time off toencourage sick leave seas foi be ‘The words in A are in the article Holiday? I'm too busy, Match them with their meaning in B. B a to suggest something isa good idea b_away to find alot of people’ opinion about a topic © tomake something worse d. time when you cannot go to work because you are ill © not to go to work Work in pairs. Discuss the questions. 1. How many days holiday do you have in your work/studies? 2. Whar did you do on your last day off from work/studying: 3. When did you last go away? 4 Ifyou go on holiday, do you feel guilty because you are not working? Read the article Holiday? I'm too busy and answer the questions. 1 How many US workers ate not going on holiday this year? 2 Why are people not going on holiday? 3. Are companies happy because their employees don’t go on holiday? Holiday? I m $ob busy = Arecent survey shows that US workers are taking fewer holidays this year and are working harder than before. In fact 40% of US workers are not going on holiday at all this summer. 62 @ unit? > Present trends Complete the examples of present trends from the article. Answer the question. # US workers —____ fewer holidays ths year * People also shorter holidays than before * Inthe USA the situation ________ serious © Workers theie health. | What tense do we use to talk about a present crend? Find other examples of present trends in the article. ° Pocket Book p.9 Practice @_ Complete the sentences s0 they describe present tends in your country. Use verbs from the box in che Present Continuous. © goup t go down | norchange ay incre: decrease stay the same rise fall ‘The cost of living —iswtehanging — ‘The number of people without a job Sales of mobile phones ——_____ 1 3 4 The prices of houses and flats 5. The bieth rate 6 The number of people who smoke @ Talk about the trends in @. What are the reasons? Give examples of other present trends in your country. De eee ee cen sr) eee es ones reer away for seven days at « time. For many Pee tere tear) dream. So why are workers not going on Pore t at ect) pee mreg eae een) Reese er od terse eect eae gce Peni Cen terete reer serious and companies are encouraging their employees to leave the office mor pees erent es Cee et Perec engi Serer) Perron eeteteet ta seta co Siete Sea ei} cee eas ee eet donot take holidays. And inthe end, Pernt emer os Pee es een ar UNIT? @ 63 Word partners @ Look arthe picture, What is the man’s problem? \ @ Read the interview with Marie Noiret. Answer the questions. mila ithaatterpoou? 5. Does she go home by train? 6 What sport does she do? Be IL: Surviving stress Marie Noiret Managing Director, Toulouse MOM icivo hours a day. getto workat?a.m. and fies | generally make phone eallsand appoints To¥isitcustomer. 1 get eras all day ancy te | immetiatly We do business with ot of diferent eapanies 0 in thaglemnoon ido y bess i many customersas possible. Off | do ovetimeand then dont et home ate atichtlicanbe a | To help reduce sttess, we oe in our office. Now we ask ee mcetings ontime, Wealso tryte rake a decision at the end of every meeting, so we don’t need to repeat discussions. d, Personally {don’t worry a taxi home But most days I get the train, Athome my husband does the shopping and he does the housework. don't | have time for cleaning! One more things do a lot of sport especially swimming, Sport isthe best cure | forstess. | © A dictionary gives useful information about dictionary extracts, Do we use make or do w words that go together. Look ar the ith arrangement and plan? arrangement /e'reind3mont/ plan /pleu/ noun 1 [Cla plan (for ‘noun 1 {C, usually pl] plans or preparations for sth that will happen in the future: Come oui this evening and well make arrangements for the party. © Work in pairs. Find other words in the text it and get. Complete the word maps. sth/to do sth) an idea or arrangement for doing or achieiving sth in the future: We usually make our holiday plans in January. in @ thar go together with make, do, ‘phone calls @ Look again atthe word map of ger. In which phrases does get mean I arrive? 2 receive? 3 cake? = @ Which of the activities in @ do you do? Ho Example I sometimes make business trips. Inever do overtime. @ Workin pairs. Answer the questions. 1 When do you get stressed? 2 Whatis the best cure for stress? pw often do you do them? UNIT7 @ 65 e Making an arrangement Is... possible ior you? Whatabout...? 65 @ UNIT7 Making and changing arrangements again. Tick (/) the phrases you hear ‘Saying ‘yes’ Saying ‘no’ #OK, No, in somry, I'm busy on Yes, thattsfine, No, ... isn't possible. @ Os M Yes, of course, How long L_ Fora week, Is Tuesday possible for you M No, I'm sorry, I'm busy on Tuesday. customers all day. What about Wednesday? ren again and complete the sentences from the conversation. L_ No, that isn't possible. toa trade fair on Wednesday. © Look atthe sentences in @ and answer the questions, 1 Are Max and Lara talking about activities happening now or in the future? 2. When do we use the Present Continuous to talk about the future? © Work in pairs. Practise making an arrangement. Use phrases from @ and your own ideas, Ye) £ but... is OK. a... © Change roles and practise the conversation again. © G26 Listen ro the conversation and answer the questions. 1 Why is Lara phoning Max again? 2. What arrangement do they make? GG) 7 Litter gain an earplae ue eqrwesabod. M Hello, Max Cromer. L._ Hello, Max, It’s Lara, 'm very sorry but we've got a problem on Thursday. ————_______" the date of our meeting? M Yes, ofcourse, ———______ L_ Well, any time on Friday or Monday afternoon is OK for us. M Eriday’s —_—____3 because I'm flying to Brussels for the day. What about Monday afternoon? L_ That's fine. What time M 183.15 OK? L Yes, M 1 43 Good. ‘ ‘Thanks a lot, Max, and sorry a M That's no problem. Goodbye, Lara. next Monday a¢ 3.15, then. @ Work in pairs. Practise changing the appointment you made in @. Use ppheases from @)and your own ideas. Then change roles and practise again. UNIT? @ 67 UNITS omeen “\Relocating fr: gong to > Communications fle \iriting emails and faxes @ 8A Workin pa he quizzes, then listen and check your answers. 1. How many countries are next to Poland? ave six seven 22 When did Poland join the European Union? 8 2002 b 2003 © 2004 13 What i he average minimum temperature in Warsaw in Jan asec pre exc 4 What do Potish people rraditional a beef b fish ¢ ham 45 What isthe second biggest city in Poland? a Lid? b Gdansk’ Krakow Cee eee eer Cet cco Pee errr) eee ee rytrtng PERG ieee econ Pn a roe) ret hereto ees at for Christmas? @ Read the letter to the Europa magazine website and answer the questions 1 Where does Karol work? 2. Why ishe going to Korea 3. Why is he writing to Europa magazine? Dear Europa magne ast month my company asked eto more to our ead fice in ‘Scoul. The job will be for three | as feomet este Karol Lazienki, 35, works in. imme i Bs Warsaw great experience —and Twon! eget the same opportunity gsi. But = ow need someadice, What ‘willifebelikeIn Kore? & © onthe Europa magarine website there is an interview with an expert on South Korea, Le Jin. Match the questions 1-5 with Lee Jin’s answers ane. 1 What will his life be a Delicious. Bur its also very spicy so like maybe he will need to be a little careful 2 Willit be difficult to b They will ask ‘Are you married?” “How meet people much do you earn: 3 What kind of places ¢ Iewill be great. He will love it. will he go our to? Well, after work, he will probably go out 4 What is the food like? to barsand restaurants with his 5 What kind of questions colleagues. will the People in Korea e No! No, it won't. People in Korea are Koreans ask him? really friendly 62 @ UNITS @ G82 Listen to she imterview and check your answers. QD) rodacthequesdiontand answerrn| @h)sentre Daderiineall che predicdore ‘What verb do we use to predict future situations? Future: will Read the examples and grammar rules. Positive © Lots of people will invite him out. Negative © I won't get the same opportunity again, Question Short answer © Will hey ask him personal questions? Yes, they will «Will irbe difficult ro meet people? No, itwon't Note ‘i=will won't= will not # Use will predict future situations and actions. # To make theuwill future, use will infinitive PRA. Pronunci ‘We often conteact will to "land will not to won't @_ 83 Liston and repeat che sentences. 1 He'll come later, 5 Iewon't rain today 2 You'l feel better soon, 6 You won'thave any problems. 3. She'll be here on Friday 7 They won't be at the meeting, 4 We'll get the news tomorrow 8 Twon't leave this evening, @ G84 Next week, a Korean businesswoman, Kim Soo, has.a business trip to Poland. She phones Karol Lazienki to ask some questions. Listen and complete the sentences. L Pm sure it _____an interesting visit for you. 2 The weathermen say it ____ next week. So think you —____ sung 4 people English? 5 Er... yes. [think so, Don’t worry. You any language problems. © Workin pairs. Ask and answer questions, Tick (7) t show your parmer’s opinion. Ask Do you thitk you'll...? Answer Yes, I think so. Maybe, I'm not sure No, I don’t think so. Student A, Yes Maybe No Student B Yes Maybe No 1 buy something expensive 1 learn other languages next month? inthe future? 2 improve your English alot 2 workabroad in the next this year? three years? S change your job in the next 8 become very rich one day? two years? 4 take an exam in the future? 4 have more than three children? UNITS @ 69 © After Karol Lazienki moved to Seoul, Europa magazine interviewed him. Read 1 Whats Karol going to do at work this week? 2. Where does Joo Dong-gun work? 3. What are they going todo tomorrow? 4 Is Karol going o visit Busan as a tourist? 5) What is Karol going to do in Septemb Tropa Karl what are you going to doin your frst esk eau ar The fin we sleet Iman tear about tenho furps Whos org totechyou? oP eo ongiin testorontome inte otic capa S,nstre ou ging td toro? Aeotreeite ndeone ther she Stet Dong guna regringslook atone sparters he eveing 700010 tile be vesourant ony Korerfond athe one Europe Arey gore doar hea? Karat nottns oa Anne wekingig tv oa fest Bun Ture And ryouglp tear Kora? Aol tel am pana os ‘course on September 4". 5 aa Sane aml enous amutyoure te? : vio ar Na ele, very happy to © Look again athe inerview in Find all he examples of Karol’ future plans ‘Wha tense does he use for his future plans? Future: going to Read the examples and the grammar rules. Question Short answer ‘¢ Areyou going to learn Korean? Yes, 1am. ¢ Are you going to do any No, Pm net. Positive » Next week I’m going to visit our local office in Busan, Negative «Pm not going to do any sightseeing this week. 70 @ UNITS sightseeing? @ Use going fo to talk about future plans. © To make the going to future, use antlisfare going 10 + infinitive SRB Practice @ _Dong-gun and Karol talked about their business trip to Busan, Look at Karol’s Trip to loc ‘Monday 28" AM PM. evening AM. 14,00 al eetat airport Gotoofficein to Di manage Tuesday 27 gaxasthotel7 notes and answer the questions. 1 Whavare they going to do on Monday afternoon? 2. Where are they going to have breakfast on Tuesday? 3 Whar are they going to do on Tuesday morniny 4 Whar are they going to do first on Tuesday afternoon? Who are they going to meet on Monday evening? 6 Who are they going to talk toon Tuesday afternoon? ———— usa office in B Busan. speak jocal stat ; inner wath region 07 8.00? Gottactory rations Cue era! resentation sPrgeguns presenta rompany na Dies piseusson watt sais team mon Palsh ational @ Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about your future plans. Ifyou do nor have any plans, say ‘I don't know what I'm going to do’. 1 What are you going to do after this lesson? 2. Whatare you going co eat for dinner this evening? 3. Whatare you going to do at the weeken nish course going to finish? joing to do after the course? UNITS @ 71 c= Communications file @ Match the words and the pictures a to oa mr q Pearson westland RA Bath \ fg) BAZ RX ' LD adds 1 phooe with answerphone [[] keyboard [Oy envelope [ aachmene LH toptop Ey postcode (rt) zipcode (AmE) [] CD-ROM LD monitor 4 im [El Gasleop Fc (| ar (fax machine LO disk drive [2] UsBpore (5) mobile (Br) cellphone (AmE) — [] email address [El pie @ 85 Listenand check your answers. } © G85 Listen again and repeat. | 72 @ unite ‘Work in pairs. Test your partner on six wordsin @. Example Student A What's picture a? Student B Envelope. @as isten and read the website and email addresses The website is www dot freeserve dat net. That's freeserve, all one word, dat net. 2 (_ellis@dialstart, My email address underscore ellis That's edouble- |i-sat dalstart, that’s d-+a-ts-ta--t dot co dot uk My email address is timftan, That's all one word, tim--bann at a0-| dot com @® 87 Listen and write the website and email addresses, Work in groups. Look at the words in the box below. Decide which method of athe cheapest b the most expensive © the fastest a theslowest ¢ the most reliable fF the most unreliable 3 the most frustrating hy the best way of keeping information a long time iL the best way to send complicated information j._the best way of communicating with friends kk the best way of communicating with your col (“answerphone message email fax letter phone call postitnote text message visiting in person Writing emails and faxes @) Go you write emails of faxnein English? 1 Who do you writeto? 3. Do you writeanything in English? 2 Whatdo you write about? 4 What problems do you have writing in English? @ Read the emails and faxes ac, Which email or fax: 1 gives the date of a meeting? 4 asks for more information? 2 confirms an arrangement? 5 gives bad news? 3 isan invitation? Lynch Carlson Ltd. evn natu Td SE BA Te T5020 l Wes Jos 7600621 13.40 To: iL Hunt, Omicr ae | SETEX S.p.A | fAxMessace —No.ofpages: 2 Dear Mr Hunt To: Sophie Masset | From: Aldo Marino “Thank you for your fox of 29 January. lam sorryta inform you that Datecemicisestembe? vnokro proses 67 Howe: Med Pane | esol and may meet yourequreme | ai ie | This fax is to confirm your visit on 17 September, amrvingat 9.45 aim, apologize for the change of us agin if you woud ke futherinformaton. | Per da cl | plans and hope this does not cause any problems, Amap of how to get here follows on page 2. ‘ours sincerely Looking forward to meeting you next week, |Regards |aldo J, Barre | J Banner Ms) | Customer Series | Dear Jamie “This emallisto get in touch again after avery long timel How are you? How's the new job going? Ilove to see you again soon, How about coming to stay wth us one ‘weekend next month ifyou ean find the time? We had a great holiday in Canada and we've got lot of photos to show you! Hoping to see you soon. | Love x Robin - a 74 @ uNITe © Complete the table with phrases from the emails and fac. ba Starting Following your phone call today...) See ee eae cory Thank you lof 29 January) Sibject "Project Group Mesting ‘your email Saying why you're writing Jam werting (0 tell you that.) Hi Julio | am pleased (to tell you that Thanks for your email. The next Project Group meeting is (¢o borne oir stn schaduled for 10.30 a.m. Monday 6 June. Please let me tasotiideum cel) {now if there's a problem with that date and I'll change it. lis important that you can attend, Requesting Rugards (detai's of 1 Greg Would you please email me(a fst of...) Please fax me (your price list...) Please theres aprobfem..) Giving bad news 7B noe sraringsrvices com : aaeerer (to inform you...) Subject! | Request for information Untermatel, Iwas interested to read the article about your courses Apologizing in Menegement Today. | (the change of plans} Sorry about the mistake) . Could you tase emi me deta of yourtime: | [cong . Bracers Tt Please. you would he furthor || ‘ntormation Daniele Watson ' meetin you next eet) F. ——— {to see you soon) Human Resources Manager Complete the email below. Use phrases from the rable in @. Write your address and your nameat the end. To: infostudyworldwide org.uk Subject Study inthe UK information pack | alist of language schools in London which offer two or four-week intensive English for Businass courses. | would like to do a course of this type in the autumn. My address i yntinue this email to a colleague who was ill and did not come co the last English lesson. Tell himyher what you studied in the lesson and what homework you had. Write the email address. Hello How are you? | hope you are feeling better. Inthe last English lesson, we REVIEW UNIT D 76 @ REVIEW UNIT D VAGENDA > Grammar @-© > Vocabulary @ > communication @,@ ‘This unit reviews the main language points from Units 7 and 8. Complete the exercises. Check your learning with the self-check box at the end. Present Simple and Present Continuous Complete the sentences. Write the Present Simple or Present Continuous form of the verb in brackets. 1 John ___ for Microsoft. He started there ten years ago. (work) 2. This week they our office in Vietnam (visi. 3. This year unemployment in my country (go up). 4 People in the company —_____ work at 7a.m. (star) S Where you _ (live)? Tokyo. I come from Japan 6 Moreand more people their holidays (not take), Future: will Work in pairs, Ask and answer questions. Answer Yes, definitely./Yes, I think so./Maybe, I'm not sure./No, I don’t think so. In your working life do you think you'll change jobs more than three times study to get another qualification? spend more than six months working in another country? start your own company? work freelance? Future: going to ‘Work in pairs. Look at the screen of Sezen Rifat’s personal organizer. Make sentences with going to to describe her plans. Vocabulary: doand make “Work in pairs. Which words do we use with make? Which do we use with do? homework a decision a phone call amistake the housework some work a business trip an appointment business (with someone} the shopping a sport achange rE See a @ Telephoning: making and changing arrangements Work in pairs. Complete the telephone conversations. Write ONE word in each gap. (I'm = one word.) Conversation 1 P Hello, ——__ —____ Susie Denv St Yon, P Susie, its Paolo, Pm — toarrangea meeting. Are a ‘on Wednesday next week? S No, ?'m —___*, Pm fying to Brussels on Wednesday. What Thursday? P Thursday morning isn't __* because I'm visiting some customers but the afternoon is______*. Shall we ____* 3 o'clock? 5. Yes. So, 3 o'clock on Thursday, in Room 102 P Fine, See you next week, Susie. Bye Conversation 2 P. Hello, Paolo Aldrini. 5 Hello, Paolo, —______' Susie. I'm very ___* but I've got a problem. Some important visitors are coming on Thursday. Swe * the date of our meeting? P Yes, of course. When are you"? 5. Well, any time on Friday is for me. P How" justafter lunch, say 2.15? Si ris P Good, ___on Friday, at 2.15, then. § ——____* Paolo, and sorry again, P That's no problem. Bye, Susie © Wiiting emails and faxes 1 Match A and B to make typical sentences for faxes and email. A B 1 Thank you for see you again soon. 2 Could you please b your fax of 4 March, Hoping to © the mistake in our brochuee. Please let me know if dyouremail. tell you how to get to the hotel. send mea copy of your brochure? thae prices will increase by 20%. Lapologize for Thanks for Looking forward to This email is to 10 Tam sorry to inform you 3 4 5 Lam writing 6 to inform you of our new address. you cannot come on that date. meeting you at the next conference, 2. Match the sentences in @1 to the heading Starting Hicbi Giving bad news Saying why you're writing — Apologizing = —___ Requesting Ending aes Look atthe self-check box. Tick the areas you need to review again. SELF-CHECK BOX Yes. No Pocket Book ‘© Presenr Simple and Present 11,9 Continuous: © Foture: will 3 © Future: going to 3 © Vocabulary: do and make ¢ Telephoning: making and changing arrangements 15 ‘© Writing emails and faxes 9 REVIEW UNIT D @ 77 UNIT9 ee “| Destination with a difference sugges Read the first part of a newspaper article, What is the article about? ‘Are you bored with the same old vacation? If you are, you should try anew kind of holiday and spend your break in p Pe converted into a hotel. It sounds strange, but in the world of, tourism, businesses have to be innovative. Today we look at eon Lic rk in pairs and look at the pictures. What are the differences b prison cell and the hotel room Read the rest of the article C s. Answer the question 1 Where are the two hote 2. Which room at Malmaison i e 3 Which parts of Malmaison look like a pris 4 Which pares of Hostel Celica look like a prison 5 What special events happen at Hostel Celica: WO ea Malmaison Malmaison in Oxford, UK opened alugury hotel] | Beenie iri a seen res ery eer eee eT) prison. The hotel rooms, which were the old prison cells afe now beaut, modern rooms. Feenetec (ei senate slay ina converted cel You can alo spend the " Re riviee cceecr eee wines Feoenriee eter eer teen eect tree eee _ P oe ere hor eater ees 4\ chet ginal condition. But you eer esas erento e tar eee ° Hostel Celica yee rotmenpeeey AI pi prerelease (aap a en ce emcee ent Pet IEEE oes Se eat Cage oo Eas ss aeerii Cocotte “em eee nape creepers penal pero eane cy panera ae isalso right in the city centreif you want to escape to Ljubljana’s shops and restaurants. And remember: you Sma your room. You don't know who may Pa Work in pairs, You can spend a weekend at Hostel Celica oF Malmaison, Decidl which hotel you will stay in Modal verbs: should/shouldn’t, may, can/can’t, have to/don’t have to Read the examples and answer the questions, It's a good idea It's not a good idea © You should try a new kind © You shouldn't leave money or of holiday valuables in your room. It’s possible It’s not possible © You can stay ina private room. © You can't stay in these rooms. You don'tknow who may be inthe hotel It’s necessary It’s not necessary © You have to takeall the sheets © You don'thave to stay ina off your bed when you leave converted cel Find other sentences with should, can, and have to in the article How do we make questions with should and can? How do we make questions with have to? QBPiwesetBsoxp.s Pronunciation © G 21 Listen tothe examples, How do you pronounce cam and ca? © @ 82 Listen. Write aifyou hear can,or bf you hear can't — — 2 — 4 © G 22 Liston again and repeat 8 Practice @ 80 @ UNITS Complete the sentences about Hostel Celica and Malmaison, Oxford. Use the correct modal verb, should/shouldn't, eanfcan't, have toldon’t have to, 1 You dewt havea fly to Ljubljana (it’s not necessary). You also sgetthere by train {its possible). 2. You go in August {it’s nota good idea) because all the rooms in the hotel may be booked up. 3, You —_____sleep in the old prison building (it’s not necessary}. You book the governor's room if you prefer [it’s possible). 4 You _____eat out in Ljubljana (ies a good idea) ~ the restaurants are fantastic! 5. At Hostel Celica you —____pay for bed and breakfast when you arrive (ir necessary) and you ring pets into the hotel it’s not possible). ‘Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions. Note your partner's answers. Ask Doyouhaveto...? Answer Yes, 1do./No, Idow't. “Tell the class three things about your partner, Example My partner has to ..., but helshe doesn't have t0 ... Make true sentences about yourself. Underline the positive or negative form and complete the sentence with your reason. Example I should/shoulde't do more sport because L want to get fit. 1 Leanican’t go out this evening, 2 have tofdon’t have to study English at the weekend .. 3 I shouldishouldn’t work longer hours 4 Leanfcan’t have a holiday next month 5 Thave tofdon’t have to get more exercise .. 6 I should/shouldn’t learn another language ‘anny an identity card Eearoaiveon Ey cteve atabus ston Do you haye these customs and rules in your country? Work in pairs. Imagine your partner is a foreign visitor to your country. Give him/her advice about che customs and rulesin che pictures. Use should/shouldn's, have tofdon't have to Example You have to carry an identity card with you What other advice can you give a foreign visitor to your councry? Work in groups. What advice can you give about visiting other countries? Prepare a list of Tips for international travellers. Yous tips can be serious ot funny. Choose from these topics, » Tipping. * Queving * Clothes UNITS @ 81 Hotel file @ > Match the words and the pictures a-y. Reception [4] life (BrEVelevator (AmE) OD stairs (1 Ingeage Ey form fa hots) registration form) Oe 2 LD key card O wit receipe Bedroom LO blanket meee io O siltow sheet Ow [1 wardrobe Bathroom 1 bath LO shower [il cciee DD cowel (Glens hairdryer @ > G@ 83 Listen and check your answers. © Work in pain, not give the e a description but do est your partner on the wordsin @). Gi i Example Student A You get Student BA receipi s when you pay your hotel bill 2 @ units @ G4 Listen to six shore conversations, Match each conversation 1-6 witha plcture ak. 26 HAE © @ 94 Listen to the six short conversations again. In each conversation, what does the guest want? @ _ Work inpairs. Read some comments from hotel guests. What are the people talking about? They're too heavy to carry. Ineed it to show to my boss, because my company is paying for the hotel. There are only two in the wardrobe and we have lots of clothes. It's cold today. | need another one on my bed. I don’t have time for one. I'l have a shower instead. | put it in the lock, but it doesn’t work 6 G tte doesn't want to | walk up them, because he has | to carry his suitcases. @ 5 | always sleep with two under my head, but the bed only has one, | Every guest has to complete this when they check into the hotel. UNITS @ 53 Invitations Een @ 95 Listen to four conversations, Match the conversations and pictures. @ G@ 95 Lisen Inviting Saying ‘yes’ Would you like to (visit...1? ‘Would you have (dinner) with me...? How about (atrip to 1? enjoy that. What about (doing)? QBs 8 Work in paics, ‘Thankyou. That would beinteresting. ‘Thankyou very much, Id That's agood idea. again, Tick (/) the phrases you hear. Saying’no' + reason ‘Thanks fer asking me, butTim afraid (ve got something planned). Td love to, but unfortunately (have to...) Tmsorry, but (I'l be away .... Make and reply to invitations. Use the phrases in @. Give a reason when you don’: accept. Conversation 1 ‘Student Bis visiting your company. Invite him/her to 1 have dinner with you this evening, 2 go to the theatre on Friday evening, 3 visit the company’s new offices. 4 go to London on Saturday. STUDENT A Conversation 2 Student is visiting your company. Invite him/her to 1 have lunch with you and your colleagues. see a presentation of the company’s now STUDENT B 84 @ UNITS Conversation 1 You are visiting Student A's company. 1 Say yes. 2 Sayno. 3 Sayyes. 4 Sayno. STUDENT B Conversation 2 You are visiting Student B's company. 1 Say no, Say yes, Say yes, Say no. products have dinner at your house tomorrow evening, visit some local places of interest at the wookend, STUDENT A 2 3 4 Suggestions © 96 Listen o four conversations. Tick (7) to show ifthe people accep the eee a 1B A re 2 Renzo ~~ ; 3 Miche 7 A Lara @ @ 96 Listena si Tek (he pisos you hae Supgesting ae Soying'no’ 4 reason Howaboutinlaying...? agent oe a Somylean't. ime een What about (coming...)? D © Workin pairs, Makeand reply co suggestions about ways to improve your English ouside the classroom. Use the phrases in @. Example study English together ‘outside the classroom? ow t0 find the tine! B That’sa good idea, but the problem is Suggest you Don'tforget! 88 + se the-ing verb form after 1 help each other with the homework How about...?and What about...? + usethe verb without to start a library of books in easy English 3. watch English films on video. after Why den'twe...? 4 create your own mini-dictionary of useful words. ae geen ea) 5 plana language-study holiday in the UK or USA. Fucseneeerealon tt Yi ear sister year ore ! © Walk around ehe class, Make invitations and suggestions to other students students UNIT? @ 85 UNIT 10 Ae tne “| Developing a company Vers wth prposhions Answerphone messages © Emails and mobile phones @ > March the pictures with the names of outdoor sports. {mountain climbing hiking snowboarding long-distance running skiing ‘Whar kind of clothes and equipment do people need for these outdoor sports? Can you name any sportswear companies? @ Read about The North Face sportswear company. There are five facts which are incorrect. What do you think they are? wo hikers founded The orth Face in Holand in 196, They chose the company name aise the'north fae’ of mountain iste easiest to climb, Taree years later the company \designingits own Grand of cimbing lathes and equipment, and inthe 1$80s the {producing clothes for footbal, 1889 The Nor Fae offeretscolecton of outdoor wear, sk weer, sleeping bags, and ents In2000 The Worth Face designed more products for rockcimbers, hers, end peoplewho enoy the outdoors In spring 198 t startedits own range of nd running shoes. re North Face works with some amazing sportsmen and women, Dean Karnazes, who than ta the Nortn Pole inrunning shoes in 2002, hep The Noth Face develop @ 10. Listen and correct the fac © March che words with the definitions A B 1 to sponsor a a person who competes in a sport 2 arange b a journey, often to a place that is not well known 3 to expand tosupporta project by giving, money 4 anexpedition a variety of products that people can buy $ anathlete € to become bigger 86 @ UNIT 10 © @ 12 Listen toa discussion about The North Face’s business Complete the information. 1 Originally their products were for 2 They have recent 3 Since 1969 they have also sponsored 4 KitDesLauriers climbed from the summit. and Introduced a range of designer and and down 5 Ithaskeptits —___. © Work in pairs. Can you think of other companies who have developed in a similar way to The North Face? Past Simple and Present Perfect Read the examples and the grammar rules. Past Simple © Two hikers founded The North Face in 1966. @ Inthe 1980s the company started producing ski wear, Use the Past Simple to talle about an event at a particular time in the past. We often use cime phrases such as: in 1996, five years ago, last week. Present Perfect © Their range of products has expanded a lot, Use the Present Perfect to talk abour an event ‘that starts in the past and may continue in the fucure Past Parti ples ‘The Past Participle of regular verbs is the same as the Past Simple form. Infinitive PastSimple Past Participle change changed changed produce produced produced © They have recent! coats and jackets. rroduced a range of designer We also use the Present Perfect to talk about an event in the past which has a connection to the present. We do not refer to the exact time the event happened. © Tomake the Present Perfect use bas or fhave or “ve Past Participle (e.g. decided, sold). ever Have you ever bought a North Race product? Yes, Ihave. Have you ever used these for hiking or climbing? No, Ihaven't, Use the Present Perfect with ever to ask iFan event happened at any time in the past. Do not use ever in the answer PPeBo0Kp.10, The Past Participle of irregular verbs is sometimes the same as the Past Simple form and sometimes different. Infinitive Past Simple _ Past Participle buy bought boughe grow grew grown See UNIT 10 @ 87 Pronunciation @© @ 103 Listen and repeat the sentences. 1 a Tvefinished the work, 2a He's solved the problem, bb Tinished the work bb He solved the problem. © @ 104 Liscen and tick (7) the sentence you heag.a orb 1a We'vetravelledalo. 4 a. They've invited us to dinner. b Wetravelled a lor b They invited us to dinner 2 a He'schangedhisjob. 5 a. Pye found my passport, b_ He changed his job. b [found my passport. 3 a ['vecorrected the 6 a Irs stopped raining, mistake bb Irstopped raining bb Teorrected the mistake. © G 105 Listen and repeat the sentences in @ above Practice @ _ Some sentences are not correct. Corsect them using che Past Simple or Present Perfect 1 They've had a long holiday She's travelled a lot in the past few years. Have you lived in Madrid in 2008? Did you get my message on Friday? I've seen him several times recently 6 He's started a new job a month ago, 7 I've phoned you three times yesterday. ast year @ Complete the sentences about The North Face. Use the correct form ofthe verb in brackets, Past Simple or Present Perfect. In recent years The North Face ________ problems with people making illegal copies ofits products. (have) The North Face eleven stores in Europe since 2003, (open) 3 In 2005 The North Face its store in Livorno, Italy. expand 4 The North Face a successful expedition to the mountain K2in 1990. (sponsor) 5. The North Face its products in serious sports magazines for ‘many years, (advertise) I 6 Ten years ago The North Face Tek Ware, a new range of sportswear. (launch) © Complete the irregular verb table Past Simple Past Participlo PPK p20, © Workin pairs, Ask and answer questions. Write your partners answers. Example Student A Have you ever flown in a helicopter? Student B. Yes, I have,/No, I haven't Have you ever w. My pactner’s answers 1 befon television? 2 lose/something important? breakfan arm or leg? wwin/a competition? visifanother continent? climb/a mountain? forgetlto do something important? havela holiday of more than | three weeks? @ Look aeyour pareers ‘Yes answeesin @. Ask questions ro get more information. Use the Past Simple. Examples When did you fly ina helicopter? Where did you fly to? Did you enjoy it? © Tall heclass three things about your partner. UNIT 10 @ = c= Verbs with prepositions @ Workin pairs. Match words from A and B to describe the activities in the pictures. Then write the activity next to the pictur. A B ak ov abus pay a mistake wait walk thanksomeone “f° | adrink apologize help 0 a ticket " 90 @ UNIT 10 © Complete the conversations with the words in the box. at for after up 1 Tom My daughter's sick. have to stay at home to look only three. Judith Fine. No problem. 2 Lara What's Harry's phone numby Frank don’t know. Pll look it inthe phone book. 3 Paul ['velost an imporcant piece of paper. Sue Don’t panic. Pll help you look in 4 Diane Have you looked the photos I sent you yer? Katie Yes. Ihave. They are perfect for the company magazine, her. She’s © G 26 Listen and check youranswers to @ @© Work in pairs. Look at the picture for one minute. Then close your books. Try to remember everything in the picture and describe what is happening, Use as many of the verbs with prepositions as you can. a Example A woman is paying for a train ticket. UNIT 10 @ 97 Answerphone messages G 107 Listento ive answerphone messages. The sentences express che main idea of the message. Write the number of the call next to the message. a Please dial a different number. b All che telephone lines are busy. « Please call when the office is open. d Please leave y ur name, address and postcode. OOOH: € Please leave your name and telephone number © @ 202 Listen again and complete the answesphone messages. ine Network. All our This is Bob Steele's office. I'm Thank you for —__ A agents are _____ at the moment. Please _____ and sorry |can‘ttake ____ right now but an agent _______ your call as soon as possible. please leave your ___ and __ aera rr ae F and’ ll ______ to you as soon as. “The office is closed now. We are open from i te Monday to Saturdey, Please ee during these times. In an emergency, please cal Thisis the Office World catalogue onie956_ Tne-To—--—-ourcetalogue, please Si | leave yourname, and posteade, “Tavira youste alii ae Fler cecal galerie enya foul re suein puting == befare te baetaeaaecrtel| getrar © @ 107 Liscen again and check your answers Emails and mobile phones @ _ Read the email, What are the main differences between emails and letters? cetera ‘Subject: | Vecting 3 November “Thanks for your emall.Yes, 3 Nov at 3.90 p.m. is fine. I'm flying back from Paris in the morning soll geta taxi from the airport and come straight to your office. I'm leaving on 31 Oct so please contact me before then if, there's @ change, © G 108 Listen 10.2 telephone conversation. Answer the questions. 1. Who is calling and why? 2. Whereis she? 3. What problem does she have with her mobile phone? © Read the email. What makes it more personal than the email in @ ? ‘Sipject| Your vist HiHans Pleased to hear you're coming to Chicago. I'm out ofthe office on Feb 8 but or 10 will be fine. Give me a call on my cell phone when you arrive and well fix the time then. Have a good trip. Best regards <2 @ UNIT w STUDENT A STUDENT B @ 109 Listen to the telephone conversation. Answer the questions. 1. Who are the speakers? 2 Are the speakers on mobile phones? How do you know? @ 108 Listen again. Complete the conversation, H Hello, Don, ies Hans. Am disturbing you? D_ Era 'm ina restaurant with a customer at the moment, but we're getting, ready to leave, in about five minutes? H Yes, of course. (Later) H Don, Hans a D Yeah, » pefore. So you've arrived? H_ Atlast! lea long tip. Oh, Don, — Don, the taxi driver wanted to check the address. Right, can we fica time to D Sure. Tomorrow's best for me, ——__—* tomy office around twelve, then we have lunch together after? H Good idea, "tomorrow then. D Yeah. Enjoy your first day in Chicago, Hans. Bye. Work in pairs. Which of the telephone phrases below do you say a atthe beginning ofthe —_b when youcan’thear the person you're conversation? calling? ‘Am [disturbing you? Sorry, we lost the connection Am {interrupting anything? Tcan’thear you, Can you hang up and Pll call you again? Isthisa good time to call? “The line's breaking up. Peal you again, 7 Think my mobile needs recharging Work in pairs, Prepare what to say in these mobile phone conversations. ‘Then role-play the conversations, Conversation 1 You are staying in Milan. You are there for a furniture fair, Telephone a business contact to find out if he/she is going to the same fair. (You lose the connection at the beginning of the conversation so you have to call again.) Conversation2 Call a friend of yours who is at the furniture fair. Ask if he/she would like to join you for dinner this evening. STUDENT B STUDENT A Conversation 1 You are at a furniture fair in Milan. A business contact calls you on your mobile phone. You are discussing an order with a customer and don’t want to talk to him/her now. Conversation 2 You are at the furniture fair. A friend calls you on your mobile. You have invited an important customor to dinner at a restaurant this evening. (You can’t hear. Ask your friend to hang up and call you again.) UNIT 10 @ 93 m0 | REVIEW UNITE ‘AGENDA > Grammer @-@ > vocabulary @.@ > Communication @, @ ‘This unit reviews the main language points from Units 9 and 10. Complete the ‘exercises. Check your learning with the self-check box at the end. Modal verbs Complete the sentences with should/shouldn't, have tofdon't have to, canfcan'. 1 You show your passport at the airport it's necessary). 2 You —_____—. get a visa (it's not necessary). 3. You —______— check in ninety minutes before the flight (it's a good idea). 4 You ——__— take one piece of hand luggage onto the plane (it’s possible. 5 During the flight you drink aleohol (rs not a good idea). 6 During the flight you _______use your mobile phone (its not possible}. Present Perfect with ever and Past Simple Write three questions for each conversation, 94 @ REVIEW UNITE Example try skydiving Have you ever tried skydiving? Yes, Lhave. When did you try it? Last summer. Where did you try it? In Austria 1 live in another country 2 break abone 3 wina prize A 2A POA 2 B Yes, Ihave. B Yes, Ihave, B Yes, Ihave. A Where 2A What 2A What ? B Inthe USA, B My right les. B Aholiday in California, A When 2 A How 2A When 2 B In 1999. B [fell off my motorbike. B Lastyean Past Simple and Present Perfect Underline the correct form of the verb, Past Simple or Present Perfect. I spentihave spent six months in Africa in 1996. ‘Which places did you visithave you visited on your last trip? She travelled/has travelled a lor in the last month. How many countries did you travelhave you travelled to recently? Did they arrive/Have they arrived early yesterday evening? ‘The number of tourists increased/Ias increased a lot in recent years. Last year all the hotels wererbave been ful This year four new hotels opentedihave opened. Vocabulary: prepositions Write the correct preposition: for, on, to or up. 1. Haye you paid the drinks? 2 Shall !tuen the TV? 3 [looked the word in the dictionary, 4 Can you switch. the light? Ie’s getting dark. 5. Lean’t find my passport. I've looked ir everywhere. 6 Will you wait —____ me? I won't be lon 7 Wes very cold. Don't forget to put ———— warm clothes. 8 He apologized the mistake he made. © Vocabulary: hotel file ‘Complete the word, 1 You put your clothes in as__________ when you goon holiday: 2. You walk up s ___—__—_to get to the next floors in a building. 3 Al_——(BrE) or an e______{AmE) takes you up to the next floors ina building, 4. You use sto wash with in the bathroom, 5 You useat___—_—to dry yourself after a bath or shower. 6 You have to pay your hotel b_____ when you check out of a hotel. 7 Ar—_———— shows you have paid 8 Youneedak_orak___ ______toget into your hotel bedroom. @ Invitations and suggestions ‘Complete the conversations. Use different phrases for each gap. 1 A MsDavido, ————_______- see our new conference centre? B Thank you. That ita 2) A iacgomecaeaahetae playing golf on Saturday? Bid eee = bur unfortunately [have to leave on Saturday mosning. 3 A José, have dinner with us this evening? B Thanks very much, Pé — 4 A Hii, Giulia, Are you busy this evening? B No, why? A ______ coming with us fora pizza after the lesson? B Yes, A 5A Jason, why __________— go sailing next weekend! B fm, bur Ihave to study. I've got an exam on Monday 6 A Are you doing anything on Friday evenin B No, [don’t think so. A Then gout fora meal? B That's » Alex? @ Telephoning: mobile phones ‘ork in pars, What do you say when you alla person on ther mobile phone 1 again, because you lost the connection? 2 tocheck you'enot phoning at aba time? 3, and dhe ine becomes very weak? 4 and the battery in your mobile phone is low? Look at the self-check box, Tick the areas you need to review again. SELE-CHECK BOX Yes No Pocket Book © Modal verbs 6 ‘¢ Past Simple and Present Perfect 8,10 ‘© Vocabulary: prepositions 24 '¢ Vocabulary: hotel file «Invitations and suggestions 15,16 ‘* Telephoning: mobile phones 18 REVIEW UNIT E @ 95 Listening scripts Unit 1 1 Ieloterviewer SDaStephani Deboed Tr 'Stephanie Debord, could you ell us seimething about vourel? sp Youafenurse Thank yw, Fe, where are you fom? Ten frorn Begin ‘Where do you live? Live in Latertt inthe south of Belgiom. Do you work m Lafort? Yes do What do you do? Tena bnwger 1 Which company do rou work for? SD_ Loyal Lair [Do vouenioy your job? SD Yeutdo. 1 Anroasing No.l marie [your husband a lawyer too? Nowhe's aeacher Doyo have any hieen? esate haven daughters, Elie and ie Hl ace they? They rethee They're twine? Yesthars ig 2 imerviewer, D=Stephanic Deboad Stephanie, can you el usabourarypical, srorking day? Whartine do you et ap? 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